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iO Tillett Wright On Why He Wants To 'Humanize' Instead Of 'Normalize' Queer Identity

Artist, TV host and activist iO Tillett Wright has been at the forefront of conversations about LGBTQI identity, particularly with his “Self-Evident Truths Project” photo series. But with the release of his memoir earlier this week, Wright is giving us raw insight into himself and the trying circumstances under which he was raised. Wright’s Darling Days is a sensitive portrayal of his experience growing up in downtown Manhattan contending with poverty, food insecurity, LGBTQI issues and a pre-gentrified New York City.
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